Saturday, October 19, 2019
A snow plough clearing the Balinteer Road road following Storm Emma. Image: @dlrcc Twitter

Councils work to clear roads following Storm Emma

Work has begun to get Dublin moving again after Storm Emma hit the city last night. The public safety notice advising people to stay indoors...
Thomas Burke

Gardai seek man missing from St James’ Hospital

Gardai are seeking information in relation to a man who has been missing since yesterday afternoon. Gardai in Kilmainham are seeking the public’s assistance in...

Forever 21 blasted by trade union as closure looms

A Trade union has hit out at American retailer Forever 21 for denying their workers representation by a union following news of the closure...
A typical gender-neutral toilet sign

UCD to introduce gender-neutral toilets

University College Dublin (UCD) are introducing gender-neutral toilets and changing facilities as part of the launch of its Gender Identity and Expression Policy. More than...
Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger

Croke Park residents: Rolling Stones concert is taking the Mick

It might only be rock and roll, but not everyone likes it, as local Croke Park residents are raising concerns over The Rolling Stones’...
Dublin City Council staff working to clear pathways following snow overnight

Status Red warning issued as more snow forecast for Dublin

Met Eireann have issued a Status Red warning for Dublin with more snow predicted to hit the capital today and tomorrow. Snow showers will continue...

Rise in numbers on City Council housing list branded “a disgrace”

There has been an almost 9% increase in the number of individuals on Dublin City Council’s housing list since January 2017. In figures released earlier...
One of Inner City Helping Homeless (ICHH)'s emergency outreach support vehicles that will be operating throughout the cold weather to help the homeless.

Preparations made to keep elderly and homeless safe during severe weather

In light of the weather warning issued by Met Eireann, ALONE and Dublin City Council are asking people to check in on older community...

Ink You Very Much!

A unique event was held in Crazy Cats Tattoo to acknowledge congenital heart defect awareness month last Sunday. Organised by Rhona Cullinan, dozens of relatives...

Project Ireland 2040: What it will mean for Dublin City

The Government has unveiled 'Project Ireland: 2040', the National Development Plan for the next 20 years, promising some exciting developments within the city in...